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12 October 2005 @ 06:40 pm
Wow  
I just wanted to let everyone know that I have just had the best beef curry I've ever had. It was at Shogun, our favorite hibachi place. I guess I never noticed it was on the menu before.. that, or they just added it. I don't know. But it was WONDERFUL. It was very mild, but the heat crept up on you. I don't like spicy things, really.. so it was very nice because you got to enjoy the flavor of the curry without the heat getting in the way, and you got to experience the heat of the curry after you were just about done with it. It has long, thin slices of onion, celery, and REALLY good beef. There were no carrots, and I was kind of sad about it, but it was still awesome. The funny thing is.. I guess they don;t make it too often, because they gave it to me with the rice on a place, and everything else in a gravy boat on the side.. rotflmao. But, it actually worked out best that way, because I didn;t get my rice absolutely drenched in curry sauce, and I could measure out the ammount of sauce I wanted, or just pick out all the meat and veggies with my chopsticks. New favorite <3

Castlevania still rocks. I found out Double Jump published a strat guide for it, so I ran out and bought it, because they are AWESOME. They also made a strat guide for the game "Genji." I wasn't really planning on buying that game.. but I might, since they made a guide for it. I mean.. the guys that make the guides over at doublejump pretty much have all the same game interests I do, and the guides they make are freakin' fantastic. They have made guides for some of my favorite games: Disgaea, Phantom Brave, Makai Kingdom, SMT:Nocturne, and this new Castlevania....
So Genji must be pretty good :O

When I bought the guide, though, the guy at the game shop was a total dick. I never liked working with that guy, and I see he's only honed his skills of assmanship since then. Even Akuma noticed and mentioned whad an ass he was. A WINNAR IZ U!
 
 
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Fulbright Kuzunoha XXVsecret_plot on October 13th, 2005 09:49 am (UTC)
i thought genji looked okay, apparently it's just a really short dynasty warriors rehash, though.

although i'm TOTALLY buying devil kings.
Fulbright Kuzunoha XXVsecret_plot on October 13th, 2005 11:27 am (UTC)
oh yeah, i meant to tell you something sexy.
HIDE your facekyonomiko on October 13th, 2005 06:49 pm (UTC)
Re: oh yeah, i meant to tell you something sexy.
ooh! that is sexy! Me love Nintendo long time. Especially because they don't give a crap about region coding their handheld stuff :X
Jeffcosmicmonster on October 13th, 2005 03:12 pm (UTC)
I go to the Shogun by me quite a bit! Or as I like to call it, "El Samurai" because I couldn't remember the name of it one day and made it up. ^^ Best hibachi I know of, although the cooks don't do many tricks. >_>

Haven't tried the curry yet.
HIDE your facekyonomiko on October 13th, 2005 06:54 pm (UTC)
I don't know if our Shogun is part of a chain or not. I know Benihana's is a chain, but I think that if there's going to be a hibachi place, and it's not Benihana's, they are always called either Samurai's or Shogun's. I'm pretty sure the Samurai is a small locally-owned thing, because I think the owner is really Japanese. Unfortunately, thee hibachi is only just ok, they don't do any tricks, there's no regular seating, and it's super expensive. Best salad dressing I've ever had in my life, though.
Shogun also feels like a small locally-owned thing, too. But I don't think there's a single Japanese person there. I heard that a Japanese couple went there to try it out and left when they found out that no one there spoke Japanese. Anyway.. the hibachi there is pretty damn good. The rice is awesome, the guys always do tricks, and there is regular seating, which get a big plus in my book, because that means I can go for lunch without having shrimp lobbed at me. It's great to go for the show if you go with a big group, but I love this place because I can get the food without the show if I want.
Also, they serve lunch, and if you go for lunch, there's a lot of stuff on the menu that's more traditional. You can get tempura, udon, tonkatsu, curry, and all sorts of other fun stuff. They also have really good bento!

If you ever come to Waco again, we should go there :P It's like.. my favorite place in town now.